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Luray Caverns Tour Aug 26
Autocross at Verona Sep 9
Tip Top Sep 23
Pickel Barrel Oct 7
Fall Fling Oct 14–15



Porsches in Shenandoah Valley The Shenandoah Region of the Porsche Club of America (PCA) is dedicated to enjoying Porsche cars in central Virginia. While Porsches are the common element, our members provide the club with variety and enthusiasm. We organize scenic driving tours, run six autocrosses each year, and take part in high-performance driver's education (DE) events at the Virginia International Raceway and other tracks. Our premier event is the Richmond Porsche Meet (RPM), a June weekend including a concours, lunch, driving tour, tech session, banquet, and an autocross at the Southside Speedway. We also hold a Christmas party and several other social meetings annually.

Nonmembers are welcome to participate in a social meeting, a driving tour, or an autocross. Learn more about the Shenandoah Region PCA and our upcoming events, the PCA Zone 2 comprising 10 nearby regions, the national PCA, and how to JOIN PCA.

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Dream Lake in the Luray Caverns
Shenandoah's Tour to Luray Caverns:

Join the Shenandoah Region PCA on Saturday, August 26 for a driving tour to Luray Caverns over the Blue Ridge mountains and through the scenic Page Valley.

We will rally at the far end of the Walmart parking lot in Ruckersville at 9:30 AM and depart at 10 AM to take the beautiful Spotswood Trail (Virginia Route 33) to the western foot of the mountain at Swift Run gap. From there we will turn right and not traverse a "main" road again until we arrive at the Luray Caverns parking lot. Our route will take us though curve after curve after curve.

We will end our journey at the Luray Caverns parking lot in Luray, VA, where there are so many things to do for both young (kids) and younger (adults). The caverns are a comfortable 55 degrees and are amazing! There is a car and carriage museum and much, much, more. Visit their website for all the attractions.

Luray has some great shops and restaurants. The Blue Ridge Parkway, New Market battlefields, and Sperryville are a very fun drive just minutes away. Numerous overnight options, ranging from moderately priced motels to the elegant Mimslyn Inn are available. What better way could there be to rejoice in Porsches and Virginia?

Our Tour will be held rain or shine. Severe weather will cancel. In case of cancellation, information will be posted here.

For more information, please contact:
Clint Shuler at 540-271-5032 or


  • 9:30 AM – 9:45 AM: Meet at the Ruckersville Walmart parking lot, 135 Stoneridge Dr N, Ruckersville, VA 22968 (map)
    Whatever you need, Walmart has it except gas.
    Be sure to have a full tank of gas before we depart.
  • 9:45 AM – 10:00 AM: Drivers Meeting
  • 10:00 AM – 11:20 AM: Drive to Luray Caverns parking lot
  • 11:20 AM: Tour is over, enjoy the caverns!
    Explore the caverns and area attractions. Return home on your own.

For more information on area attractions, see the Luray Caverns and Page County web sites.

autocross photo Autocross #5 at Verona:

Join the Shenandoah Region PCA on Saturday, September 9 for our fifth official autocross of 2017 at the Augusta County Government Center (map) in Verona (driving directions).

Our autocrosses are open to Porsches and "other" brands of cars. Drivers and spectators do not need to be members of the Porsche Club of America (PCA). Loaner helmets and instruction for novice drivers are provided. There is a large open pavilion that provides shelter from sun and rain, and restrooms are available. Events are held rain or shine. You can save $2 by registering and paying online (online registration to open soon) or you can register and pay at the event.

Fees for the event:

  • Online Payment with
  •    PCA member $23
  •    Non-PCA member $28
  • Pay at the Event
  •    PCA members $25
  •    Non-PCA members $30

Event schedule:

  • Registration/Tech opens at 9:30 AM
  • Drivers meeting at 11:00 AM
  • First car off at 11:30 AM

Adult participants and spectators must sign the PCA insurance waiver form that will be provided at each driving event. Minors may attend PCA events only if their parents sign the appropriate parental-release waiver forms. These forms are available at the event and by clicking here.

Terry Vassalos of Tip Top Restaurant
Tip Top Breakfast Meetings, 2017:

SRPCA members are cordially invited to attend breakfast get-togethers at the Tip Top Restaurant at 1420 Richmond Road (map) in Charlottesville, Albemarle County, not far from Flow Porsche of Charlottesville. The owner is Terry Vassalos, an SRPCA member. These will be casual affairs where members can socialize, eat breakfast, and talk Porsches. The time is 9:00 AM, and the remaining date is Saturday, September 23.

Breakfast at The Pickel Barrel:

SRPCA members are cordially invited to attend breakfast get-togethers at The Pickel Barrel, a restaurant at 12912 Plaza Drive (map) in Centerville, Goochland County, not far west of Richmond. (The Pickel Barrel's former names were Manikin Grille and Rumble Seat, and we have met there before). The time is 9:00 AM and the remaining date this year is Saturday, October 7.

Fall Fling:

You're invited to Shenandoah Region PCA's Fall Fling on Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15, featuring an Open House to celebrate the opening of the Madison Automotive Apprentices (MAAP) non-profit, a "show 'n shine" concours, and several tours of the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Saturday evening will combine a catered meal, silent auction to benefit the non-profit, and a program held at the MAAP workshop in Harrisonburg.

More information will be coming soon regarding restaurant and hotel suggestions, maps, and a more detailed schedule.